All of the following Bryce National Park GPS waypoints and routes have been obtained by using a Magellan GPS while hiking. All waypoints are in WGS84 datum and should only be used for recreational purposes and NOT for primary navigation. Always carry a map and a compass with you for primary navigation. The name of each waypoint is 6 characters (the limitation of the GPS unit used). The download file is named brycegps.zip. This zip file contains a text file named bryce.txt. Please read the instructions for your gps software on how to reformat and import the generic text file. A spreadsheet program can be used to reformat the text file, if necessary, for your current gps.
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Love The Butter And Eggs Wildflowers On Cape Cod.
I’ve always loved the Butter and Eggs wildflowers. They grow from July through September along the roadsides and dry fields. This was the first one that I’ve seen this summer. Pretty, don’t you think?
Nauset Light Beach On Cape Cod.
Nauset Light Beach, part of the National Seashore, is always so pretty from the overlook. People were doing a great job of “social distancing” on the beach. I loved the colorful beach umbrellas scattered along the beach. It looks like summer on Cape Cod!
Lots Of Seals At Coast Guard Beach On Cape Cod!
My granddaughter counted 55 seals in the video I sent her of the seals at Coast Guard Beach. That sure seems like a lot! (Click on blog link for other photo.) I loved this guy, taking a nap with everyone else around him. Too funny, don’t you think?